El Jebha, Morocco

The fishing port is indeed not expecting visitors, BUT you can stay in the protected bay of Maresdar (see photo), just around the corner. It is a 10-minute walk to the village, with a great view. The only difficulty is that there is no customs in this village, so you need to arrive here with an entry stamp in the passport. We did not have this because the authorities in the entryport gave us wrong information. So it took some smiling and talking to be able to buy some bread and in the meanwhile see the village.
After all, we stayed here for more than a week, due to engine problems. The local mechanics did a good and quick job in replacing the head gasket. The authorities did let us stay in the port because of this, and they let us enter the village without a stamp.

I really recommend visiting this authentic little village when you like to see places off the beaten path.

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